What may be good for “Roger”may not be good for “me,” an employee of Michael Moore, the maker of thehighly acclaimed documentary “Roger and Me” discovered last week in a losingbid to dismiss criminal harassment charges.

In a dispute with Mr. Moore,the employee, Alan Edelstein, also a film maker, used techniques similarto those Mr. Moore had used to stalk his quarry in making “Roger and Me.”

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